To be who you want to be
To do what you strive to do
To be freed of the past
is essentially what cognitive behaviour coaching is.
Frederic Simon, Cognitive Behaviour coaching Specialist
Unlike traditional psychotherapeutic fields, cognitive behaviour coaching (or Cognitive behaviour therapy coaching) focuses on what is within control, on today and tomorrow and not on the origins of pain and aches. To invoke what is best in oneself and not dwell on the rest.
As much as I love the fields of psychology and psychoanalysis, one thing is -at least from my own experience- evident: Freud nor his patients were the happiest people on the planet. Sure they might have understood a lot and dug deep in the darkest corner of their psyche but - to what purpose?
Simply "considering the lilies", to focus on the good and beautiful is enough to create new behaviour patterns and increase subjective well-being.
Not everyone starts or end at the same stage, not everyone has the same story - and the same goals; to have an expert guiding you though stages of changes and helping you putting in places strategies is simply invaluable.
This is the reason why I, as a coach and as an athlete, need also coaching. It helps me reflect without personal biases on my own goals and what I put in place to make them come true.
Cognitive Behaviour Coaching Examples
To move forward toward what you decided to do and reach personal successes
To understand and invest effectively what makes you truly happy
To increase motivation, consistency and overall performance
How does the sessions work?
From personal experience weekly 30 minutes sessions work better than longer and less frequent ones.
Sessions can be held online or offline based on client and coach availability and according to coaching contract.
Contact me for latest prices.
I aim to keep price fair at all times.
All of what is said during session will be confidential as stipulated in coaching agreement.
It is possible to refer a third person to attend coaching sessions.
Sessions are devoid of judgment.
Unlike psychoanalysis my role is NOT to pry on what hurts, I might listen but I will NOT tell my clients what they need to do - rather will help them enforce what they believe is good for them.